In Stamford, Karen asks Jim what his plan is. He still doesn't know, and he's surprised to hear that Karen's considering transferring to Scranton. Jim's amazed that a big-city girl like her wouldn't go to New York instead. Of course, he's taking her words at face value instead of their coded meaning, which is, "Do you like me?" And Karen, running Jim's guileless response through the same filter, hears, "No." She bravely pretends not to be hurt by the perceived rejection, but even Jim isn't fooled. Not that he knows what to do about it at this point.
And Andy throws a conniption -- and lots of napkins -- in the break room. Looks like the Eagles pulled it out in overtime after all. He rapidly pulls himself together long enough for a farewell handshake with Josh.
Stanley unpacks again, saying he now has something to look forward to. The end of the episode, which by all rights should have come six minutes ago?
Meredith comes through the bullpen, congratulating Creed. "Thank you," he says. "I made like twelve hundred bucks." Meredith answers her desk phone, and it's a call from a guy named Gary, from the old days, who heard about the branch closing. Meredith is about to set him straight, then stops herself and says, "Can you be at my place in twenty minutes?" Meredith hits pay dirt! Dirty, dirty pay dirt!
It's dark outside Wallace's house, and Michael is having his doubts as they sit in the Sebring. Dwight says it was an honor, and Michael actually clasps Dwight's shoulder. He wants to go over Dwight's favorite Dunder Mifflin moments. They reminisce over Michael spraying Dwight with a fire extinguisher on his first day, Dwight's first sale, Dwight's promotion to Assistant Regional Manager (Michael doesn't correct him for once), the basketball game, and when Michael took Dwight to the hospital and told him he cared about him. Michael's embarrassed. His favorite moments? All of them, he claims, because he's not picking up a little holiday cash by recapping old episodes and thus isn't reliving them all like some of us are. "What about when Jan said the branch was closing?" Dwight asks, enraging Michael with his twin superpowers of literal-mindedness and moment-destroying.